More Alberta colours late in September before the October Winds Blow
Is that winter on the horizon?
Rock ‘n August is a weekend long event in St. Albert that showcases classic cars. This is a vanity piece for the guys and girls who love the old cars, and love to restore them and show them off.
Bridges over the Sturgeon River
The river here is flanked by trails maintained as part of St. Albert’s commitment to its population to maintain green space. The municipal plan has mandated that no home in the community should be further than a set distance from access to walking or biking trails. The network of trails throughout the city is known as the Red Willow Trail. A perfect way to explore the city, and a nice way to underscore nature within an urban setting as we continue moving through the world.
This was taken at 1:20 PM from 100 ft . What a difference! The haze is the smoke from wildfires west of the city, and in the British Columbia interior.
This video is just showing off our convertible, and was a training exercise. Success!
If you’re interested in showcasing or selling your vehicle with a unique view of it, give us a call, and let’s see what we can do.
Tech vs. the natural world; which wins?
On an Alberta evening in July my drone captured the setting sun silhouetting an ever present piece of modern technology. The ‘cell tower’ is something scattered across the landscape both urban and rural. On the prairies and the land that rises up to the foothills at the base of the mountains they loom large as a reminder of our need to be ‘in touch’.
The pandemic has kept people away from the joy that a carnival brings. This one sits waiting for the municipal administrators to grant permission to ‘play’. It did open and welcome the crowds on Canada Day.
Celebration needs people, events, music and colour.
Rural Alberta is home to some fascinating people and their amazing properties with gorgeous views. These shots were taken as part of a realtor’s request to help promote opportunities in County Lac Ste. Anne.